Off and on I have picked up books by Alexander McCall Smith from our library. I'll be reading along an intriguing story line about how people interact and will get suddenly get smacked across the face and come to a complete stop. I'll have to read a sentence three or four or five times and let it really soak in. Like this one:
"We should not tell people not to weep--we do it because of our sympathy for them--but we should really tell them that their tears are justified and entirely right." The Double Comfort Safari Club, by Alexander McCall Smith
Have you read anything lately that has made you stop and reread it several times because it's that good?